West Bengal assembly election 2011 post poll scenario and result of survey


The assembly election of West Bengal 2011 is going to create history. Result is awaited while news channel Aaj Tak along with partners News Headlines and ORG did a post poll survey. Read the article to know detail about the post poll scenario of West Bengal.

The sixth and last phase of West Bengal assembly election is over and the fate of Buddhadev Bhattacharjee and Mamata Banerjee is sealed. Result of West Bengal assembly election 2011 will be declared on 13th May along with result of election of 3 other states namely Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Assam.

Famous news channel Aaj Tak along with ORG and News Headlines who did an opinion poll before election also did a survey after post election. Though it may not be called as exit poll of West Bengal assembly election 2011 but still it clears the outcome to some extent.

According to post poll survey result of West Bengal assembly election 2011, there will be a history and left front is going to face a massive defeat. Left front won at 227 seats in assembly election 2006 will be restricted to 65 to 70 seats in 2011 while Trinamool alliance will be winning 210 to 220 seats out of 292 assembly constituency of West Bengal. Thus Trinamool Congress is expected to win by almost three fourth majority which will be a history. In 2006 Left Front got about 48% votes and there is a heavy downfall in votes also in this election. In 2011 Left Front may have a loss of 9% votes and may get about 39% votes. In seats Left front may lose 150 to 160 seats.

Trinamool Congress is going to emerge as clearcu winner and in 2006 the alliance was restricted to 30 seats will now 210 to 220 seats with a gain of about 180 to 190 seats and a gain in vote percent of 10-11%.

Left Front is also going to lose at Kerala as per post poll scenario, so is this the end of Communism in India.


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